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Renowned Thought leader, Mustafa Ali, To interview White House Advisor, Gina McCarthy

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After an introduction by U.S. Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry, environmental justice leader, Mustafa Santiago Ali, will discuss the Biden-Harris Administration’s approach to climate justice with White House Advisor Gina McCarthy during a panel discussion at the day-long virtual BIPOC Climate Justice event.

The panel, “White House Climate Overview,” starts at 12:55 PM on Thursday, April 8, 2020.  

A former official at the Environmental Protection Agency and senior vice president for the Hip Hop Caucus, Ali is the vice president of environmental justice, climate and community revitalization for the National Wildlife Federation and founder of Revitalization Strategies.

McCarthy is a leading environmental health and air quality expert. She was an EPA official under President Obama and helped in efforts to secure the Paris Climate agreement.     

Photo courtesy of Jazzmyne Public Relations

Convened by the HBCU Green Fund, Land Peace Foundation, BIPOC Climate Scholars Project, and U.S. Action for Climate Empowerment Coordinating Team, the event will provide an opportunity for climate leaders to discuss national climate goals and priorities with top administration officials and federal agency representatives. Climate leaders will discuss BIPOC priorities for a just transition, culturally responsive climate action, and will also introduce the community-driven U.S. framework for Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE), as recommended in Article 12 of the Paris Agreement. They will also discuss implementation of Biden’s Justice40 initiative across federal agencies.  

The BIPOC Climate Justice Dialogue is free and open to the public. For An agenda participant list visit http://hbcugreenfund.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/BIPOC_Dialogues_Agenda.pdf.

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